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  1. Hi everyone! I've been unemployed for a few years, and a few months back the DWP ( Ramsgate Benefit Integrity Centre) sent me a a large booklet to fill out, stating my finances, shares etc. Effectively, it was like a new claim form and I filled it out the same as I had done a few years ago. I ended up getting my benefits reduced because my shares, which I've previously declared, have gone up in value, and I received a letter from them confirming I would be deducted so much. So everything seemed sorted etc, or so I thought... A few weeks later, I received a letter from Ramsgate B
  2. I had my Income Support stopped in February 2013, I then attended 3 interviews under caution the last was in December 2013. In the last interview I was told that they were happy that the money they thought was mine had been looked into and they were happy that the money did belong to a family member. They had a letter from the bank confirming that I could not draw any of the money and that the money came from a house that was bought for me by a family member and that all the money from the sale of the house went back to the family member that it belonged to. I was told that because I had ha
  3. Hi I really need advice. I feel suicidal, I am so scared. I messed up.I got a summons to appear in court in a months time. I claimed cares allowance when I wasn't working and my two sons got registered as disabled. Then I started to work, in the back of my mind I had that I couldn't work more than 16 hours. Anyway I worked for less than 10 hours for a while and gradually my hours got increased. I kept claiming carers allowance, I am very bad with money, al long as I can pay my bills I don't really look at my bills, letters or statements, until they are red. During this time, my daughter was
  4. Hello everyone, this is my first post! I am having a total nightmare with the DWP and I am hoping someone, anyone can help. I have read enough of this forum to know that Erica is a bit of a guru so fingers crossed she will look my way. It is a little long winded and pretty complex, so bear with me if it seems I am going on a bit. I don’t think anyone can help without knowing all the details. I have done a fair amount of research already, so I know any debt with the DWP will have to be paid regardless of the limitation act. They have also politely informed me that they will simply wait fo
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